I don’t know who is getting notified of what, or where, or what planet things are happening on anymore, so here is the link to my first post on the new site, in case you are interested! Welcome To My New Site
The process of transferring from this domain to sadie-hall.com is proving tricky. I know how to “do” the things, although the export/import part is causing problems. But I’m not sure what to do on the new site: Update all my old posts so that they “fit” the new site? Trash them and start from scratch?… Continue reading →
Hey guys! I’ve decided to stop trying to make the new site perfect before setting up the redirect. Because I’m driving myself crazy. And having to log into two different WordPress accounts is a surprising pain. (If you’re a person who tends to make mountains out of molehills, which I am.) So I will be… Continue reading →
Talking About Overcoming Social Anxiety and Perfectionism on the Smart Habits for Translators Podcast
A couple of weeks ago, I recorded an interview for the Smart Habits for Translators podcast. We talked about social anxiety, perfectionism, freelancing, and more.… Continue reading →
I went live on Instagram for the first time! My friend Marijke (@girlmom.strong) and I chatted for an hour about how anxiety has impacted our lives and influenced our motherhood. … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Cibliste:
I’m a little ashamed to admit that I have been unfairly interpreting my cat’s refusal to spend time with me as targeted rejection on a very personal level. He’s a recent rescue cat, you see, and very timid. He spends most of his day behind the washer, and hisses when he’s afraid…
If I’m getting naked with this other human, shouldn’t that mean I’m fairly comfortable with myself in this situation? … Continue reading →
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Hi! I’m Sadie. I’m passionate about mental health, motherhood, and showing up real online.
I write candidly about my experiences with motherhood and mental health issues, particularly social anxiety and perfectionism.
I hope that sharing my story can raise awareness and help others feel less alone.
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